There are a number of groups working to save the African apes, and others researching the potential spread of viruses from primates to humans. Follow the links below to find out more...
Ape Action Africa worked with Evan on this story. It runs a sanctuary for primates orphaned when their parents have been killed for meat.
The Last Great Ape Organization is a law enforcement NGO, which works with governments in Africa to prosecute those involved in wildlife crime.
The Great Apes Survival Partnership is a UN body working with governments to ensure ape habitats are maintained and educating local people about their survival.
The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance is an umbrella organisation for sanctuaries working with great apes.
Evan also reported from the Pasteur Centre in Cameroon, which is on the frontline of researching any new animal viruses entering the human population.
The Comité National de Lutte Contre le SIDA (National Committee to Fight Against AIDS) in Cameroon also carries out research and works to educate people about the threat of viruses transferring to humans through bushmeat. The site is also available in English via Google Translate.
You can also read more news articles about the bushmeat trade under 'other perspectives' on the right-hand side of the page.